August 2020 Malaysian vehicle sales go down by 8.2% – paultan.org

The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) has released vehicle sales date for the month of August 2020, and after a frenetic July, the pace slowed down a little last month. A total of 52,800 units were delivered in August, which was 4,752 units or 8.2% less than the 57,552 vehicles sold

July 2020 Malaysian vehicle sales increase by 29% – paultan.org

The Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) has released vehicle sales date for the month of July 2020, which shows a total of 57,552 units delivered in the month. This represents an increase of 12,857 units or 29% from the previous month of June, continuing the upward trend that we saw in

2020 Moto2: Malaysian Hafizh Syahrin massive crash – paultan.org

Malaysian Moto2 racer Hafizh Syahrin has had a crash during the race at the Austrian Grand Prix in Red Bull Ring. Hafizh collided with a fallen bike on the track at the exit of the first corner. This caused the red flag to be called out, halting the race with

2020 Malaysian Cub Prix calendar released – racing starts this weekend at Sepang International Circuit – paultan.org

After a several month long hiatus due to the MCO and government restrictions against public gatherings for sporting events, the 2020 Malaysian Cub Prix calendar resumes. The first round will be held at Sepang International Circuit the weekend of 17 and 18 July at the North track. This will be

Malaysian vehicle sales data for May 2020 by brand – paultan.org

After a sorry April, in which only 141 cars were sold due to the movement control order (MCO), which effectively brought vehicle sales to a halt, things improved considerably in May as car companies resumed business. A total of 22,960 units were shifted last month, representing an increase of 22,819

Malaysian govt may withdraw bike convoy permission under RMCO, other freedoms may be restricted – paultan.org

With the implementation of the Restricted Movement Control Order (RMCO), many Malaysians seem to have forgotten the Covid-19 pandemic is still raging in many parts of the world and has not been eliminated or eradicated here. This caution seems to have fallen on deaf ears as many are taking a

Malaysian vehicle sales data for April 2020 by brand

As reported earlier, the month of April saw what was the worst performing month ever in terms of new vehicle sales, with the country right in the thick of the fight against Covid-19 with the movement control order (MCO). According to data from the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA), just 141

July 2019 Malaysian vehicle sales go up by 19.5%

After a quiet June, car sales in the country picked up again last month. Data from the Malaysian Automotive Association (MAA) revealed that 50,853 vehicles were sold in July, 8,327 units – or 19.5% – more than the 42,526 units that were managed in June, aided by a longer working

Malaysian motorcyclists restricted to left lane?

In a bid to reduce the number of deaths amongst Malaysian motorcyclists, the Works Ministry is in favour of introducing a policy which will restrict motorcyclists to the left most lane on highways. The proposed restriction will come into effect during peak rush hour on weekdays. This was said by